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Update from the BSRA Chair Professor Claire Stewart Read Professor Claire Stewart, Chair of the BSRA: BSRA Christmas 2020 letter

Associate Professor Julien Ochala, a former BSRA board member, joined the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen in May 2020, to follow his research career. This year, one of the Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowships (approx. DKK 5 million) has been awarded to Julien, to fund his research over the next three

Ageing webinar co-hosted by the BSRA and the Biochemical Society. J Pedro Magalhaes will give the webinar: ‘Genes regulating ageing and the quest for immortality’ on Thursday 17th Sept at 2pm.   Registration here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5263542891008431630

The 2020 Thudichum Medal Lecture: Alpha-synuclein, a central player in neurodegenerative diseases. Webinar with Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini is the 2020 Thudichum Medal recipient, which is awarded to honour eminent scientists who have made outstanding contributions to neurochemistry and related subjects. Maria Grazia is Professor of Molecular Neurology in the Clinical

Chernajovsky Foundation supports BSRA-sponsored PhD studentship to develop novel therapies for age-related bone disease   The BSRA are delighted to announce that member Dr Helen McGettrick has been awarded funding to support a PhD studentship through the Lorna and Yuti Chernajovsky Biomedical Research Foundation.   As a charitable organisation with a focus on promoting and

An excellent webinar hosted by the American Federation for Ageing Research: Maintaining Your Immune Health in the Face of COVID-19 and Future Viruses